a group exhibition
"Dance," said the Sheep Man.
The theme of this selection of artworks explore notions of mortality, the insignificance of human existence in the face of intangible threats to human survival and the inevitability of our destinies.
Erna Bodenstein completed both her BA(FA) and MA(FA) degrees, at The University of Pretoria.
She lectured in Printmaking at The Department of Fine-Arts, University of Pretoria from 1981 to 1991 after which she lived, and moved between, Barcelona and South-Africa for a number of years, producing art and exhibiting in both countries. Over the years, she has continued to teach as a part-time lecturer at a number of art institutions including The Open Window Institute for Arts and digital sciences, Tshwane University of Technology and The University of Pretoria. She is currently a part-time lecturer in Printmaking at Tshwane University of Technology, while also continuing to pursue her career as an artist.
Bodenstein has produced more than 15 solo exhibitions, four of which were in Barcelona, Spain. She has participated in numerous group exhibitions, both locally and internationally since 1981.
The artist's works have been taken up in a number of public collections, namely The Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), University of Pretoria, University of South-Africa, The Pretoria Art Museum, and ABSA Bank, Johannesburg.
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